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List of Brendan Gleeson Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Braveheart (1995)
26
6
Braveheart
R
26
6

William Wallace, whose father and brother were killed trying to free Scotland from the treacherous English King Edward the Longshanks, witnesses his newly-wed bride publicly executed for fighting off sexual advances by English soldiers. He leads a guerrilla war with fellow oppressed Scotsmen that rattles the English throne and becomes the symbol of Scottish independence even after death.

Starring:
Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau, James Cosmo, James Robinson, Sean Lawlor, Sandy Nelson
Directed By:
2. In Bruges (2008)
21
5
In Bruges
R
21
5

Martin McDonagh's debut feature-length movie In Bruges is a darkly delightful film that focuses on two Irish hitmen who go into hiding following a botched-up contract and are being chased by their enraged boss. 

Starring:
Colin Farrell, Ralph Fiennes, Clémence Poésy, Elizabeth Berrington, Rudy Blomme, Olivier Bonjour
Directed By:
3. Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
17
7
Edge of Tomorrow
PG-13
17
7

Adapted from a Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s Japanese novel, All You Need Is Kill, the movie has Major William Cage, with no fighting experience, joining a landing operation when aliens attack earth. He is killed quickly; however, caught in a time loop, he returns every time to face the same combat. With every battle, he begins to improve his skill and strives to defeat the enemies.  

Role:
General Brigham
Directed By:
Doug Liman
4. Calvary (2014)
23
4
Calvary
R
23
4

During a confession, an unseen man tells Father James that he was sexually abused by a priest when he was a child and for that he is going to kill James next Sunday as killing of a good priest will be more harmful for the Church. James now has just one week to arrange his affairs and reconciliation with his daughter is one of them.  

Role:
Father James
Starring:
Dylan Moran, Aidan Gillen, Kelly Reilly, Chris O'Dowd
Directed By:
John Michael McDonagh
5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
17
5
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
PG-13
17
5

The movie begins with Voldemort's followers causing mayhem at Quidditch World Cup. Later, as Harry Potter returns to complete his fourth year at the Hogwarts, he is unexpectedly selected by the Goblet of Fire to compete in The Triwizard Tournament. Harry now has to deal with a frightening maze, hostile sea creatures, dragons and ultimately a dark wizard.

Directed By:
Mike Newell
6. 28 Days Later... (2002)
17
3
28 Days Later...
R
17
3

A post-apocalyptic horror film, 28 Days Later depicts the breakdown of society following the accidental release of a highly contagious virus. Four survivors struggle to live as they try to evade getting infected and cope with the loss of the peaceful life they once lived.  

Starring:
Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston, David Schneider
Directed By:
7. The Guard (2011)
23
3
The Guard
R
23
3

The buddy-cop comedy finds crass but good-hearted Irish police officer, Sergeant Gerry Boyle, team up with straight-laced FBI agent, Wendell Everett, to investigate police corruption and to hunt down drug traffickers led by Francis Sheehy-Skeffington. Opposite to each other in nature, the two lawmen must form an uneasy alliance. 

Starring:
Don Cheadle, Sarah Greene, Ronan Collins, Paraic Nialand, John Patrick Beirne
Directed By:
John Michael McDonagh
9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)
13
3
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
PG-13
13
3

Based on J.K. Rowling’s final novel of the ‘Harry Potter’ series, it is the first of the two-part finale of the movie series. The film follows Harry, Ron, and Hermione as they hunt for Horcruxes after Dumbledore’s death, while escaping Death Eaters, to destroy Lord Voldemort once and for all.  

Directed By:
David Yates
10. Six Shooter (2004)
13
3
Six Shooter
13
3

A dark Irish comedy about an old widower who meets a young lad on a train journey.

Role:
Donnelly
Starring:
Rúaidhrí Conroy, David Wilmot, Aisling O'Sullivan, Gary Lydon
Directed By:
11. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
14
3
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
PG-13
14
3

Based on J.K. Rowling’s fifth book of the Harry Potter series, the movie Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix depicts the boy wizard’s journey in his fifth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It also marks the debut of the much-hated Dolores Umbridge and the resurrection of Voldemort. 

Starring:
Gary Oldman, Emma Thompson, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Alan Rickman, Ralph Fiennes, Bonnie Wright
Directed By:
David Yates
12. Michael Collins (1996)
17
2
Michael Collins
R
17
2

Michael Collins, a revolutionary man, struggles to lead a guerilla army against the UK. Not only he helps in creation of the Irish Free State, but he also motivates the National Army to fight during the Irish Civil War.

Starring:
Aidan Quinn, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Julia Roberts, Liam Neeson, Alan Rickman, Ian Hart, Richard Ingram
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
13. The Field (1990)
13
3
The Field
PG-13
13
3
Starring:
Richard Harris, Tom Berenger, Sean Bean, John Hurt, Frances Tomelty
Directed By:
Jim Sheridan
14. The General (1998)
15
3
The General
R
15
3

One of the most loved comedies of the silent era, it shows the valour of Johnny, who is deemed to be a coward. He tries to prove his mettle when the love of his life, Annabelle, is captured during the Civil War by Union Spies.

 

Role:
Martin Cahill
Starring:
Jon Voight, Adrian Dunbar, Sean McGinley, Angeline Ball
Directed By:
John Boorman
15. Troy (2004)
15
2
Troy
R
15
2

A loose adaptation of Homer's Iliad, the film follows the Trojan War, which emerged after Paris, the Trojan prince, convinced the Queen of Sparta, Helen, to leave her husband Menelaus, and come with him to Troy.

Starring:
Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana, Diane Kruger, Peter O'Toole, Rose Byrne, Garrett Hedlund
Directed By:
Wolfgang Petersen
16. Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
14
2
Kingdom of Heaven
R
14
2

Producer-director Ridley Scott’s historical adventure drama Kingdom of Heaven is an adapted depiction of Balian of Ibelin, the 12th century crusader of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. After losing his family, Balian, a French blacksmith, joins the Crusade to defend Jerusalem, where he finds love, and becomes a leader who fights against the Ayyubid Sultan Saladin, in the Battle of Hattin.

Starring:
Eva Green, Jeremy Irons, Edward Norton, Michael Sheen, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Orlando Bloom, Liam Neeson
Directed By:
17. Cold Mountain (2003)
14
3
Cold Mountain
R
14
3

Set in the Civil War era, Cold Mountain is a period drama that revolves around a Confederate soldier as he makes an epic journey back to his beloved, who is also trying to rebuild her life in the face of trouble and danger. Starring Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and Renée Zellweger, it is a touching saga of love and war.

Role:
Stobrod Thewes
Starring:
Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Lucas Black, Natalie Portman, Donald Sutherland
Directed By:
Anthony Minghella
18. Breakfast on Pluto (2005)
10
2
Breakfast on Pluto
R
10
2

Patrick is abandoned by his mother as a baby, but is soon discovered by Father Liam, who is coincidentally his real father. He is placed in an abusive foster home, but after growing up, he decides to set out in hopes of finding his mother.

Starring:
Cillian Murphy, Liam Neeson, Eva Birthistle, Morgan Jones, Mary Coughlan
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
19. The Butcher Boy (1997)
11
2
The Butcher Boy
R
11
2
Starring:
Sean McGinley, Eamonn Owens, Peter Gowen, Alan Boyle
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
20. The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)
11
2
The Tragedy of Macbeth
A
11
2

Based on the famous play by William Shakespeare, this drama thriller film tells the story of Macbeth, a Scottish lord, who manages to lead King Duncan’s forces to victory. He is soon approached by three witches who tell him that he will become the next King of Scotland. Meanwhile, his ambitious wife is willing to go to any lengths to help Macbeth wield power.

Role:
Duncan
Starring:
Frances McDormand, Denzel Washington
21. The Grand Seduction (2013)
15
3
The Grand Seduction
PG-13
15
3

A petrochemical factory is negotiating to build a factory in a small town. However, for this, a doctor is required to be a resident. Therefore, the head of a struggling fishing community tries to convince a doctor to become a resident in their small town.

Role:
Murray French
Starring:
Taylor Kitsch, Cathy Jones, Percy Hynes White, Sean Panting
Directed By:
Don McKellar
22. Harrison's Flowers (2000)
12
2
Harrison's Flowers
R
12
2
Role:
Marc Stevenson
Starring:
Adrien Brody, Andie MacDowell, Gerard Butler, Marie Trintignant, Elias Koteas, David Strathairn
Directed By:
Élie Chouraqui
23. Black Irish (2007)
12
2
Black Irish
R
12
2
Role:
Desmond McKay
Starring:
Emily VanCamp, Melissa Leo, Tom Guiry, Michael Angarano
Directed By:
Brad Gann
24. Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001)
11
3
Artificial Intelligence: AI
PG-13
11
3

David Swinton is a mecha—highly advanced robotprogrammed to experience love. He lives with Henry and Monica as their son because the couple’s real son, Martin, is in a comatose condition. David’s life is good but when Martin returns, the couple abandon him. David now wants to become real so that his human mother can love him.

Starring:
Robin Williams, Haley Joel Osment, Kevin Sussman, Chris Rock, Paula Malcomson, Ben Kingsley, Adrian Grenier
Directed By:
25. This Is My Father (1998)
9
2
This Is My Father
R
9
2
Starring:
John Cusack, Aidan Quinn, James Caan, Colm Meaney, Jacob Tierney
Directed By:
Paul Quinn
26. Into the West (1992)
11
2
Into the West
PG
11
2

A mysterious white stallion is spotted by two young boys. They take care of it but the crooked cops take it away and give it to an infamous breeder who intends to sell it as a racing horse. Deeply attached to the horse, the boys rescue the horse and take it far away. 

Starring:
Gabriel Byrne, Ellen Barkin, David Kelly, Ciarán Fitzgerald
Directed By:
Mike Newell
27. I Went Down (1997)
11
2
I Went Down
R
11
2
Role:
Bunny Kelly
Starring:
Peter McDonald, Antoine Byrne, David Wilmot, Michael McElhatton
Directed By:
Paddy Breathnach
28. Eliza Graves (2014)
12
2
Eliza Graves
PG-13
12
2

In 1899, Oxford graduate Dr. Edward Newgate joins Stonehearst Asylum for apprenticeship. He is smitten by a stately-looking lady patient Eliza Graves. But Newgate feels that asylum superintendent Dr. Silas Lamb’s treatment methods are quite unorthodox and strange. Then one night as he follows an abnormal sound, he is shocked to discover that at the asylum, nothing is as it seems to be. 

Role:
The Alienist
Starring:
Kate Beckinsale, Michael Caine, Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess, David Thewlis
Directed By:
Brad Anderson
29. Suffragette (2015)
9
2
Suffragette
PG-13
9
2

A young working mother is motivated into radical political activism to promote the right for women to vote. Along with her fellow activists, she has to risk her jobs, home, family as well as her life, for the cause. 

Starring:
Ben Whishaw, Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Romola Garai, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne-Marie Duff, Geoff Bell
Directed By:
Sarah Gavron
30. Safe House (2012)
10
2
Safe House
R
10
2

After criminal Tobin Frost acquires a data storage device for an MI6 agent, he is attacked by mercenaries. He surrenders to the American consulate, who place him in a safe house under rookie agent Matt Weston. The two men then try to survive assassins and the CIA while uncovering the truth. 

Role:
David Barlow
Starring:
Ryan Reynolds, Vera Farmiga, Sam Shepard, Joel Kinnaman, Denzel Washington
Directed By:
Daniel Espinosa
31. In the Heart of the Sea (2015)
9
2
In the Heart of the Sea
PG-13
9
2

In 1820, Captain George Pollard sails with his crew onboard the whaling ship Essex, but it is sunk by an apparently vengeful gigantic whale that continues to chase the survivors who are driven to drastic extremes to outlast a rescue attempt. Thirty years later, Herman Melville visits the last surviving crew member for the story of his novel Moby-Dick.

Role:
Tom Nickerson
Starring:
Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy, Ben Whishaw, Charlotte Riley, Benjamin Walker
Directed By:
32. Green Zone (2010)
9
2
Green Zone
R
9
2

During the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the US, Army chief warrant officer, Roy Miller is tasked to locate the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the very reason for the attack. However, he soon figures out that there is no WMD. His efforts to find the truth about the WMD are hindered by the Department of Defence official, Clark Poundstone.

Starring:
Matt Damon, Greg Kinnear, Igal Naor, Said Faraj, Faycal Attougui, Aymen Hamdouchi
Directed By:
Paul Greengrass
33. Albert Nobbs (2011)
9
2
Albert Nobbs
R
9
2

In 19th century Ireland, where women were not quite allowed to be independent, a woman poses as a man in order to find work as a butler, in the most elegant hotel in Dublin. Soon she meets a handsome artist and finds herself attracted to him.

Starring:
Glenn Close, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Mia Wasikowska, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Pauline Collins, Antonia Campbell-Hughes
Directed By:
Rodrigo García
34. The Village (2004)
13
2
The Village
PG-13
13
2

Covington in the 19th-century rural Pennsylvania has a small population that lives peacefully within the boundaries of the village. Beyond the boundaries, there are fearful creatures inhabiting the wood that do not forgive any intrusion. When a determined man, Lucius Hunt decides to step out into the woods, the creatures are upset. But then, someone else must also step out into the woods.

Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Joaquin Phoenix, Sigourney Weaver, M. Night Shyamalan, Judy Greer, Jesse Eisenberg, Adrien Brody
Directed By:
35. Far and Away (1992)
11
2
Far and Away
PG-13
11
2

Irish tenant farmer, Joseph Donnelly, who tries to seek justice from his oppressive landlord, finds himself accompanying landlord’s disgruntled daughter Shannon as they travel to the US to acquire land of their dreams. Joseph starts earning as a bare-fisted boxer, but they fall on hard times and subsequently, face separation. After an arduous journey of ups-and-downs they succeed in realizing their dreams.

Starring:
Thomas Gibson, Jared Harris, Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, Robert Prosky, Barbara Babcock
Directed By:
36. Dark Blue (2002)
9
3
Dark Blue
R
9
3

Dark Blue is an action crime thriller film which tells the story of two police officers who try their best to hunt down few cold-blooded killers who are responsible for multiple homicides. However, the chief officer of the investigation is opposed to this mission.

Role:
Jack Van Meter
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Jonathan Banks, Marin Hinkle, Ving Rhames, Scott Speedman, Michael Michele
Directed By:
Ron Shelton
37. My Life So Far (1999)
10
2
My Life So Far
PG-13
10
2
Starring:
Colin Firth, Malcolm McDowell, Rosemary Harris, Irène Jacob, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Directed By:
Hugh Hudson
38. The Raven (2012)
11
2
The Raven
R
11
2

In the 19th century Baltimore, a serial killer is killing people and staging them based on Edgar Allen Poe’s horror stories. Detective Emmet Fields asks Poe to assist with the investigation but the killer then kidnaps Poe’s love Emily Hamilton and begins taunting him by leaving him clues to rescue her before time runs out. 

Role:
Capt. Charles Hamilton
Starring:
Pam Ferris, John Cusack, Alice Eve, Kevin McNally, Luke Evans
Directed By:
James McTeigue
39. Live by Night (2016)
10
2
Live by Night
R
10
2

Live by Night is a crime drama film which tells the story of a group of gangsters who set up a shop that becomes a competition for the Ku Klux Klan. They eventually have a face-off with their competitors in order to prove their dominance. 

Role:
Thomas Coughlin
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Anthony Michael Hall, Zoe Saldana, Sienna Rose Miller, Chris Cooper, Elle Fanning, Remo Girone
Directed By:
40. The Company You Keep (2012)
10
2
The Company You Keep
R
10
2

After his identity is revealed by a journalist, a former member of a revolutionary group is forced to go on the run. Now he must find his ex-lover, the only person who can clear his name, before he is caught by the FBI.

Starring:
Robert Redford, Sam Elliott, Terrence Howard, Anna Kendrick, Nick Nolte, Shia LaBeouf, Susan Sarandon
Directed By:
41. Perrier's Bounty (2009)
9
2
Perrier's Bounty
R
9
2
Starring:
Cillian Murphy, Gabriel Byrne, Jim Broadbent, Michael McElhatton
Directed By:
Ian Fitzgibbon
42. Alone in Berlin (2016)
11
3
Alone in Berlin
R
11
3
Role:
Otto Quangel
Starring:
Daniel Brühl, Mikael Persbrandt, Emma Thompson, Katharina Schüttler
Directed By:
Vincent Perez
43. Mission: Impossible II (2000)
10
2
Mission: Impossible II
PG-13
10
2

Ethan Hunt returns on another mission to seize and destroy Chimera, a deadly virus, and its cure Bellerophon, both of which are in possession of rogue IMF agent Ambrose. He must infiltrate enemy stronghold with help from Nyah Hall, a skilled thief and former lover of Ambrose, before the latter sells the virus to an international terrorist group.

Starring:
Thandie Newton, Anthony Hopkins, Dominic Purcell, Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Dougray Scott
Directed By:
44. Country of My Skull (2004)
8
2
Country of My Skull
R
8
2
Role:
Col. de Jager
Starring:
Juliette Binoche, Samuel L. Jackson, Menzi Ngubane, Sam Ngakane
Directed By:
John Boorman
45. The Tailor of Panama (2001)
8
3
The Tailor of Panama
R
8
3

The Tailor of Panama is a comedy drama thriller film which tells the story of a tailor living in Panama, who is hired by the British intelligence for espionage activities.

Role:
Mickie Abraxas
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, Harold Pinter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Daniel Radcliffe, Geoffrey Rush, Leonor Varela
Directed By:
John Boorman
46. Trespass Against Us (2016)
9
2
Trespass Against Us
R
9
2
Role:
Colby Cutler
Starring:
Michael Fassbender, Lyndsey Marshal, Rory Kinnear, Georgie Smith
Directed By:
Adam Smith
47. The Tiger's Tail (2006)
8
2
The Tiger's Tail
R
8
2
Role:
Liam O'Leary / The Double
Starring:
Kim Cattrall, Ciarán Hinds, Sinéad Cusack, Sean McGinley
Directed By:
John Boorman
48. Assassin's Creed (2016)
9
2
Assassin's Creed
PG-13
9
2

Callum Lynch learns that he is descendent of a 15th century Spanish Assassin, Aguilar de Nerha, who belonged to a secret Assassins Society. With the help of an innovative technology that unlocks genetic memories, he re-lives the life and exploits of Aguilar. As Lynch acquires tremendous knowledge and skills, he gets set to fight the tyrannical Templar organization of present day. 

Role:
Joseph Lynch
Starring:
Essie Davis, Marion Cotillard, Michael K. Williams, Michael Fassbender, Jeremy Irons, Jeremy Irons
Directed By:
Justin Kurzel
49. Lake Placid (1999)
12
2
Lake Placid
R
12
2

A gigantic man-eating crocodile is spreading terror in a popular but calm vacation spot. Three experts are therefore sent to stop the menace and end its terror once and for all. 

Role:
Sheriff Hank Keough
Starring:
Betty White, Bill Pullman, Mariska Hargitay, Oliver Platt, Bridget Fonda
Directed By:
Steve Miner
50. Turbulence (1997)
6
1
Turbulence
R
6
1

Turbulence is an action thriller film which tells the story of Ryan Weaver, who is an accused serial killer and rapist. He is arrested in New York City, and he is soon sent for trial, despite his claims of innocence. Along with a bank robber named Stubbs, they are escorted by four US Marshals on a commercial flight. But things get ugly when Stubs and Weaver manage to take over the plane.

Role:
Stubbs
Starring:
Ray Liotta, Lauren Holly, Rachel Ticotin, Hector Elizondo
Directed By:
Robert Butler
51. The Hogwarts Express (2014)
12
2
The Hogwarts Express
12
2
Role:
Alastor 'Mad-Eye' Moody
Starring:
Rupert Grint, Ralph Fiennes, Robbie Coltrane, James Phelps
Directed By:
Thierry Coup
52. Noreen (2010)
9
2
Noreen
9
2
Role:
Con Keogh
Starring:
Brian Gleeson, Gerard Byrne, Sean McCarthy
Directed By:
Domhnall Gleeson
53. The Life of Reilly (1995)
9
2
The Life of Reilly
9
2
Role:
Patient
Starring:
Mark O'Regan, Anita Reeves, Stanley Townsend, Derry Power
Directed By:
Alan Archbold
54. The Cake (2001)
9
2
The Cake
9
2
Role:
Paul
Starring:
Charlotte Bradley, Eithne McGuinness, Phyllis Ryan, Ciabhán Ó Murchú
Directed By:
Jennifer Keegan
55. Before I Sleep (1997)
9
2
Before I Sleep
9
2
Role:
John Harte
Starring:
Vinnie McCabe, Paul Nolan, Alan King, Cathy Mullan
Directed By:
Paul Mercier
56. Hampstead (2017)
22
2
Hampstead
22
2
Role:
Donald Horner
Starring:
Diane Keaton, Lesley Manville, Simon Callow, James Norton
Directed By:
Joel Hopkins
57. Saltwater (2000)
9
2
Saltwater
9
2
Role:
Simple Simon
Starring:
Brian Cox, Peter McDonald, Conor Mullen, Laurence Kinlan
Directed By:
Conor McPherson
58. Sweety Barrett (1998)
10
3
Sweety Barrett
TV-14
10
3
Role:
Sweety Barrett
Starring:
Andy Serkis, Cillian Murphy, Brendan O'Carroll, Tony Rohr
Directed By:
Stephen Bradley
59. Trojan Eddie (1996)
9
2
Trojan Eddie
9
2
Role:
Ginger
Starring:
Richard Harris, Stephen Rea, Stuart Townsend, Aislín McGuckin
Directed By:
Gillies MacKinnon
60. Wild About Harry (2000)
8
2
Wild About Harry
8
2
Role:
Harry McKee
Starring:
George Wendt, Amanda Donohoe, Adrian Dunbar, James Nesbitt
Directed By:
Declan Lowney
61. Messaggi quasi segreti (1996)
8
2
Messaggi quasi segreti
8
2
Role:
Frank Ferguson
Starring:
Giulio Di Mauro, Niamh O'Byrne, Ivano Marescotti, Gary Fitzpatrick
Directed By:
Valerio Jalongo
62. A Further Gesture (1997)
8
2
A Further Gesture
R
8
2
Role:
Richard
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Paul Giamatti, Stephen Rea, Pruitt Taylor Vince
Directed By:
Robert Dornhelm
63. Angela Mooney (1996)
8
2
Angela Mooney
8
2
Starring:
Mia Farrow, Nick Benedict, Patrick Bergin, Lesley Conroy, Alan Devine
Directed By:
Tommy McArdle
64. Studs (2006)
8
2
Studs
8
2
Role:
Keegan, Walter
Starring:
Liam Carney, Feidlim Cannon, Shaun Elebert, Domhnall Gleeson
Directed By:
Paul Mercier
65. The Cup (2011)
7
3
The Cup
PG
7
3
Starring:
Stephen Curry, Rodger Corser, Daniel MacPherson, Alice Parkinson
Directed By:
Simon Wincer
66. Pursuit (2015)
7
1
Pursuit
7
1
Role:
Searbhán
Starring:
Liam Cunningham, Owen Roe, Barry Ward, Ruth Bradley
Directed By:
Paul Mercier

TV Movie(s)

1. Into the Storm (2009)
10
2
Into the Storm
TV-PG
10
2
Role:
Winston Churchill
Starring:
Len Cariou, Jack Shepherd, Clive Mantle, Adrian Scarborough
Directed By:
Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
2. Immaturity for Charity (2012)
11
2
Immaturity for Charity
11
2
Role:
Various
Starring:
Robert Sheehan, Cathy Belton, Brian Gleeson, Andrew Bennett
Directed By:
John Butler
3. The Treaty (1991)
11
2
The Treaty
11
2
Starring:
Ian Bannen, Julian Fellowes, Dave Duffy, Patrick Condren
Directed By:
Jonathan Lewis
4. Dear Sarah (1989)
10
2
Dear Sarah
10
2
Starring:
Barry McGovern, Stella McCusker, Paddy Rocks, Bronagh Gallagher
Directed By:
Frank Cvitanovich
5. The Money (2014)
11
2
The Money
11
2
Role:
James Castman
Starring:
Nathan Lane, Mamie Gummer, Ray Liotta, Ruth Negga, Lulu Wilson
Directed By:
Justin Chadwick
6. Kidnapped (1995)
9
3
Kidnapped
9
3
Starring:
Armand Assante, Brian Blessed, Michael Kitchen, Patrick Malahide, Brian McCardie
Directed By:
Ivan Passer
7. Making the Cut (1998)
8
2
Making the Cut
8
2
Starring:
Sean McGinley, Alan Archbold, Andrea Irvine, Robbie Byrne
Directed By:
Martyn Friend
8. Hard Shoulder (1990)
9
2
Hard Shoulder
9
2
Starring:
Olwen Fouéré, Johnny Murphy, Donal O'Kelly, Geoffrey Golden
Directed By:
Mark Kilroy

Animation(s)

Song of the Sea (2014)
Song of the Sea
PG
Plot:

Song of the Sea is an animated adventure fantasy drama film which tells the story of an Irish boy named Ben, and his sister Saoirse, who has the ability to transform into a seal. When they learn that fairy creatures are in danger, they set off on a journey to liberate them from evil forces.

Role:
Conor / Mac Lir (voice)
Starring:
Fionnula Flanagan, David Rawle, Lisa Hannigan, Lucy O'Connell
Directed By:
Tomm Moore
Paddington 2 (2017)
Paddington 2
PG
Plot:

In order to buy the perfect present for his aunt for her 100th birthday, Paddington takes up a job. However, unfortunately the gift ends up being stolen.

Starring:
Tom Conti, Peter Capaldi, Hugh Grant, Joanna Lumley, Richard Ayoade, Meera Syal, Noah Taylor
Directed By:
Paul King
The Secret of Kells (2009)
The Secret of Kells
Plot:

Brendan is a young boy who is living in a remote medieval outpost that is under siege from barbarian invaders. Things take a turn when a master illuminator arrives with an ancient book of magical powers. In order to save his outpost, Brendan decides to set off on a quest to complete the book.

Role:
Abbot Cellach (voice)
Starring:
Sean Lennon, Mick Lally, Evan McGuire, Christen Mooney
Directed By:
Tomm Moore, Nora Twomey
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! (2012)
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!
TV-PG
Plot:

In an attempt to win the Pirate of the Year Award, Pirate Captain and his crew must travel to Victorian London, and defeat his rivals, Black Bellamy and Cutlass Liz.  

Starring:
Martin Freeman, Al Roker, Lenny Henry, Salma Hayek, Brian Blessed, Hugh Grant, Jeremy Piven
Directed By:
Peter Lord, Jeff Newitt
So You Want to Be a Pirate! (2012)
So You Want to Be a Pirate!
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Hugh Grant, David Tennant, Martin Freeman, Russell Tovey
Directed By:
Jay Grace
Beowulf (2007)
Beowulf
PG-13
Plot:

This 3D animated film is based on an epic poem. In 507 AD, Danish King Hrothgar announces a reward for the death of monstrous Grendel who is tormenting his kingdom.  Mighty warrior Beowulf takes up the challenge and slays the demon. Seeking revenge, Grendel’s mother turns into an alluring woman and seduces Beowulf. Years later, Beowulf faces the consequences of those past deeds. 

Starring:
John Malkovich, Angelina Jolie, Robin Wright, Crispin Glover, Anthony Hopkins, Paul Baker, John Bilezikjian
Directed By:
Robert Zemeckis
The Smurfs 2 (2013)
The Smurfs 2
PG
Plot:

Wicked wizard Gargamel, who is after the magical Smurf-essence, creates Smurf-like Naughties, to seize the essence. When he learns that only Smurfette knows the secret spell to turn the Naughties into genuine Smurfs who can get him the essence, Gargamel kidnaps and takes her to Paris. Now the Smurfs, with the help of their human friends, must rescue her from the sorcerer.

Role:
Victor
Starring:
Mario Lopez, Jimmy Kimmel, Christina Ricci, John Oliver, Kenan Thompson, Jeff Foxworthy, Alan Cumming
Directed By:
Raja Gosnell

TV Shows and Videos

1916 Seachtar na Cásca (2010)
1916 Seachtar na Cásca
Starring:
Seán T. Ó Meallaigh, Rory Mullen, Tadhg Murphy, Stephen D'Arcy
Mr. Mercedes (2017)
Mr. Mercedes
TV-MA
Role:
Bill Hodges (10 episodes, 2017)
Starring:
Mary-Louise Parker, Ann Cusack, Stephen King, Robert Stanton
The Lifeboat (1994)
The Lifeboat
Role:
Leslie Parry (9 episodes, 1994)
Starring:
Karl Johnson, Richard Lynch, Neil Royston, Tim Wylton
Screen Two (1985)
Screen Two
Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Stephen Fry, Jerry Stiller, Clive Owen, Tim Roth, Rachel Weisz, Billy Connolly
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Christopher Morahan, Udayan Prasad, Michael Whyte, Jim Goddard
Screenplay (1986)
Screenplay
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Tilda Swinton, Lynn Redgrave, Christine Baranski, Derek Jacobi, Alexei Sayle, John Hurt
Directed By:
David Wheatley, Jane Howell, Danny Boyle, Diarmuid Lawrence, Anthony Garner
Beowulf: The Game (2007)
Beowulf: The Game
M
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Shawn Baichoo, Sonja Ball, Noel Burton, Ellen David
Directed By:
Jean-Michel Tari

Brendan Gleeson Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
Into the Storm Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie 2009